The Youtube channel Ask Kimberly has amassed over 2.7 million views. “I started this channel because I found there was a lack of real expert relationship advice here on Youtube, and you guys agreed! says Dr. Kimberly Moffit
New York, New York (PRWEB) October 28, 2015
From the Ancient Greek philosophers, to the art of Chinese face reading, for centuries people have believed there is a connection between the way a person’s face looks and their personality. Modern research confirms now that certain facial features on men can be connected with specific elements of their behavior. So what does your man’s face say about him? http://www.drkimberly.com/
Relationship expert Dr. Kimberly Moffit’s work has earned her much respect and attention throughout the United States and Canada. To date, Moffit’s expertise has landed her guest appearances on such shows as CBS, FOX, CNBC, Fox and Friends and E! News, among many others. Additionally, she has been featured in a wide range of prominent magazines, from Women’s Health to ELLE.
Dr. Kimberly’s new YouTube video, Sneaky Tricks to Decode His FACIAL FEATURES, has already received over 13 thousand views. In her video, she teaches viewers 7 easy tricks to decode a man’s facial features, which also give clues about what they might mean about him in a relationship. Sneaky Tricks to Decode His FACIAL FEATURES https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-a0P9U9klFA
The Square Face: A square and prominent jaw on a man is an indicator of higher testosterone levels, which can result in a higher sex drive. But ladies, don’t get too excited, the independent square-faced man is also statistically the most likely to cheat.
The Round Face: The public typically assumes that people with round “baby” faces are more naive and innocent than the average person. As a result of being treated more kindly and even ‘babied’ by society, a man with round face could be creative, artistic and emotional, but may expect extra TLC in relationships too.
The Oblong Face: The oblong shape results in a strong looking face that is usually accompanied by a tall and athletic physique. An oblong shaped faced man is thought to be practical, methodical and hard working. But he could potentially develop narcissistic tendencies because of his good looks and the sheer number of women who pursue him.
If you want to learn more, be sure to check out Moffit’s video for the full breakdown of each face shape!
Kimberly’s Youtube Channel “Ask Kimberly” has amassed over 2.7 million views and 40,000 subscribers in its first year and its loyal and faithful following continues to grow at a rapid pace. The youthful and relatable format of her videos has struck a chord with young audiences from North America and all over the globe. “I started this channel because I found there was a lack of real expert relationship advice here on Youtube, and you guys agreed! Ask Kimberly has blown up over the last year.” Says Kimberly
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About Kimberly Moffit:
Dr. Kimberly Moffit is one of TV’s most experienced media/television relationship experts. As a relationship and couples therapist, Kimberly has studied the ins and outs of romance and relationships and has the answers to love’s toughest questions. She offers a fun yet informative perspective on relationships, finding confidence, getting inspired, and strategies to dating and marriage. She offers cheeky dating tips in her signature voice on her Youtube Channel “Ask Kimberly”, and contributes to Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger’s blog, and the Huffington Post.
Dr. Kimberly achieved her doctoral degree in Psychology from Middlesex University. She is also a regular speaker for Queen’s University MBA and Women in Leadership Programs and a frequent lecturer at the University of Waterloo. As an entrepreneur, Kimberly has grown KMA over six years – from a small private practice, to an established and well-known practice with 20 team members.
For more information, visit: http://www.drkimberly.com/
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